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Reviews are an in depth look into the latest PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Games and how much we at MGL would recommend them to our readers. We cover all the big formats and focus on Indie Game Reviews too to support their games. We'll be regularly covering all the latest Reviews on MGL, following our policies as listed out for you here.

Super Mario Odyssey Review

He’s back, Mario’s back! He’s leaping on to the Nintendo Switch with his latest adventure, bringing all the known and loved features of Mario games with one big difference: open world gaming. Mario’s world...

NBA Live 18 Review

I have plenty of memories playing fun Basketball games in the past. There are plenty out there, especially with EA releasing NBA Live with regular frequency. As a more arcade fan I always liked...

Middle Earth Shadow of War Review

One does not simply walk into Mordor. One bounds in, mounted on a Caragor with your own army of Orcs behind you! Welcome to the fun that will be my Middle Earth Shadow of...

Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show Review

Rabbids Invasion came to me as a bit of a surprise. I'd never enjoyed the snarky little "rabbids" and their ear-piercing laughter, but it seems I'm over that feeling now, and perhaps the little...

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

To be absolutely clear for anybody reading this review: Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is not a game. It's a visual novel. The player (reader might be more accurate) makes the occasional choice to determine certain outcomes,...

Ys VIII Lacrimosa of Dana Review

I'd never actually heard of the Ys series before playing this game, and to find out it recently had its 30th anniversary shocked me. I LOVE these types of games, so how in the...

World of Final Fantasy Review

At first glance, I knew World of Final Fantasy would be interesting at the very least. I'm not a huge fan of chibi (Japanese bobble-head sort of thing) art styles or turn-based combat, but...

Yono and The Celestial Elephants Review

Revealed at the Nindies Showcase back in September, the minute I saw Yono appear on screen I knew I HAD to play this. So here, after a number of hours playing this cool little...

Darkest Dungeon Review

Darkest Dungeon offers a few unique twists on the traditional turn-based RPG mechanics. Couple that with its ability to create a sense of foreboding via its narration and art style and you're in for...

Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen Review

With the original game releasing in 2012, and the Dark Arisen expansion in 2013, Dragons Dogma, developed and published by Capcom, was an overlooked hidden gem, but loved by all who played it. Now...
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